Phoebe."Can I please have all girls come down to the auditorium, immediately? Thank you."Phoebe.3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The principal's voice rang throughout the empty hallways and into the student-filled classrooms. The teachers stopped to hear the announcement. They were confused, in fact, everyone was. But most curious of all, was fifteen year old Phoebe Nelson. She headed toward the auditorium along with the others. All of the other students were just as confused and curious as the next. One boy had even tried to get by the teacher.
The auditorium was full of girls. That may appeal to most guys, but not me. The girl I'm looking for has to be in here somewhere. I just
kidnapped.It all started in a simple chat room..kidnapped.2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
pouring rain.they were the best of friends. just him and her.pouring rain.3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"catch me if you can!" she yelled, as she ran towards the field.
she turned around, just enough to see him catching up to her.
next thing she knew, she was on the ground laughing,
with him at her side.
she suddenly felt the pressure of his lips against hers.
she was surprised.
after realizing what he was doing, he jolted back.
she looked up at him.
his eyes were full of saddness.
"i'm sorry, i know you don't feel the same way," he said, his voice gruff.
he got up and started to walk away.
it began to rain.
she chased after him, took his hands in hers, looke
Runaway: part one.Day 1Runaway: part one.3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The power is out, I only have one chance at this. I grab a bag and stuff it with things I need. Water, food, clothes, etc. My brother is upstairs in his room. He's playing cards with our best friend, Max. Max and my brother were both sixteen. I just had to be the younger one. I'm fifteen. I just have to be the girl in our group. I hear my brother complaining about how is Max cheating and I could hear Max's laughter. I grab my bag and head out the door.
I head out to the only place I know by heart. All the street lamps are out due to the power outage and most peoples' houses are dark too. Except the ones who have generators, which are
Neighbours.I stood over the sink, washing the dishes. Being my fourteen year old self, I wasn't that tall; just tall enough for my head to reach the middle of the window. I could see the left side of my driveway and, just to the right, I could see the roundabout and the house that I dread to look at each day. The sun was just going down, making the light blue walls of the house look a slight purple. A few leaves blew in the road from the slight breeze.Neighbours.2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I sighed. I miss how it used to be; when we were close. Now, if I was to pass her, she wouldn't even acknowledge me. It was as if our past was a different world; one so far out of reach that it couldn't
It wasn't my fault.Jared slowly walked towards his next class. He was not in the mood to go to Math today. When his reached his classroom door, Jacob walked out. Jacob had some type of sliver tin in his right hand and his finger tips were tainted black. I wonder what he has been up to, Jared thought. Jared shrugged off the idea and went to take his seat. Then, Jacob walked back into the class with a hooded jacket in his hand and the black on his finger tips had been scrubbed off, but not all.It wasn't my fault.2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
During Math, Jared had heard his name over the speakerphone. He was being called to the principal's office. Jared stood up and stepped into the East hallway. Before shutt